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Did you bring it into a Apple store? If you did and asked I'm sure they would do it. If you sent it in, they don't have to do it, but maybe if you get a lucky the technician will do it.


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When an iPhone is plugged in, it will boot up (that is actually a common techniques used for restarting an iPhone if the power button doesn't work for some reason). If the iPhone is powered off while charging, it will remain powered off and will not automatically come back on. I understand that you have an iPhone 4 and there is the chance that it was ...


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I have a MacBook Pro 13" A1278 (Mid-2010). I had the same problem. When I closed the lid, the screen remained on wouldn't shut off but I could manually put it to sleep from the Apple menu. Now keep in mind this all happened with no battery in the laptop. I just put in a new battery tonight and voila! Sleep mode works again!! I troubleshooted for hours. No ...


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that's a tough one and could be an issue with a bad battery or something wrong with the "charging circuitry" in the phone itself which would require a visit to the Genius Bar or a 3rd party phone repair shop. One thing you might want to try before going that route is to plug it into the Mac or PC that you normally sync with. Does it give you that same ...


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A USB port can only typically source 2.5 watts (5 volts at .5 amps). If you are only programming the microcontroller, you should be OK, but if there are any other things the port would be powering (MOSFETs, LEDs, Servos, motors, ... ), and it exceeded the 2.5 watts, you would typically get the "USB Low Power" alert, and not a catastrophic shutdown. My ...


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To better understand what is it doing during the sleep and what is consuming your battery: Your system is set to absolute sleep (no activity at all) for 4200 seconds (that is standard) You have the "womp - wake on ethernet magic packet" enabled. Unless you need that, you can disable it with sudo pmset womp 0 You can look up the reason for wake by using ...


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There are a few reasons iOS 7.1 upgrade slows down your iPhone 4/4S. http://www.imore.com/top-5-tips-speed-iphone-4-or-iphone-4s-running-ios-7 Background app refresh Transparency and motion/Parallax Have you tried disabling these?


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Actually you don't need to write it at all! Use Activator! You can add an activator event that runs whenever you start charging or stop charging. Also there is Activator plugin that allows you to run a shell script on an Activator event. EDIT I don't have any of my jailbroken devices with me currently, but I can get you the name of the Activator plugin.


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Spotlight is re-indexing after the upgrade, which means it's busy all the time, impacting performance and battery life. Never try to judge the performance or battery impact of any major OS X upgrade until the machine has been turned on but idle for at least a week, to give time for the re-indexing to complete.


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jherran's answer helps you with disabling Spotlight indexing, but does not address the part of the question about toggling automatically when AC power is connected or disconnected. You could use sudo mdutil -i off / and sudo mdutil -i on / in conjunction with a listener for when AC power is disconnected. Using something like ControlPlane will satisfy your ...


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Open your Terminal and type the following to disable. sudo mdutil -i off / To enable again, replace off with on. For more info, you could type: man mdutil



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